Discoveries

  Adam Barker is a world-class photographer, a great skier and a passionate fly fisherman. Two of those passions came into play recently when he headed down to the Seychelles, for the rarefied sport of  pursuing Giant Trevally. Base camp was Cosmoledo Atoll, and it can be booked though Alphonse

By Everett Potter Climate crisis and wildlife extinction are part of the dialogue of nature and adventure travel, but thankfully, so is “rewilding.” Letting nature heal itself and return to a pristine state is at the heart of this movement. So are visionary companies like Rewilding Europe Travel, whose message

By William C. Triplett To those who ski out West, I imagine it comes as no surprise there are East Coasters who never thought for a minute Santa Fe could be a ski destination. Taos? Sure – way north, the Sangre de Christo Mountains, near the Colorado state line, world

By David McKay Wilson The Boston area’s charm lies in its longstanding embrace of history and its development on the cutting edge of urban change. That mix makes the Boston metro region an international destination for those looking for history, culture – and it being Boston – professional sporting events.

By Everett Potter What if you could plan your next trip to a busy destination using Google Street View, heat maps of Airbnb, and user reviews, to avoid crowds and be a more responsible and sustainable traveler? You can do that, but Edmund Morris, founder, and CEO of Equator Analytics, can

By Everett Potter I’ve just returned from the Adventure World Travel Summit (ATWS) in Lugano, in the sunny canton of Ticino in Switzerland. One of the best things about attending the ATWS, which is a yearly event organized by the Adventure Travel Trade Association, is meeting new, emerging and lesser-known

By Larry Olmsted We all know that leisure travel is coming back in a huge way, with jammed airports, limited availability in hot destinations, and record bookings for many travel companies. But there’s more to the life-after-Covid travel phenomena than just pent-up demand. The nature of the way people will

By Catherine Sabino Cinque Terre’s fame has brought Italy’s southern Riviera new attention, with travelers seeking out neighboring villages in search of extra helpings of rustic coastal charm. Portovenere, although an outstanding destination in its own right, has sometimes been dubbed the “sixth” of the five famed hamlets because of

By Brian E. Clark In more than two decades of living in California during my peripatetic newspaper career, I traveled the state from north to south. (East to West, too.) I called San Francisco, Nevada City, Davis, Modesto, and San Diego home and wrote about places from Mount Shasta in

By Everett Potter Prints for Wildlife, a pioneering photographic print fundraiser featuring world-class nature photographers, is returning in 2022. The organization raised $1.75 million for the non-profit African Parks as a result of two earlier print sales, selling more than 15,000 unique wildlife prints. It comes back this year with